Saskatchewan’s province In-Demand sub-category Occupations opened shortly to 400 applicants yesterday and closed again within few hours.
This brief application window was suggestive of this sub-category’s earlier opening which took place on Aug 2, 2017, when it also immediately reached 1,200 applications intake limit.
The Skilled International Worker Occupations In-Demand sub-category mainly on the basis of first-come, first-served it means that the 400 candidates who are instantaneous to apply are able to submit their applications.
To apply, candidates should have all the necessary provincial, and federal forms and all other demanded documents on hand.
This last group of documents comprises:
- Documents of Identity and Civil Status;
- Credentials of Education / Training;
- Credentials of Work Experience;
- Proof of Professional Status or Licensure (if applicable);
- Credentials of Language.
The instructions of sub-category’s application make very transparent that “applications that are presented where documents are not there or not translated will be counted as incomplete and the application will be closed.”
“Yesterday’s short opening of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program’s In-Demand sub-category Occupations is a genuine reminder of why it’s so essential to be prepared and have all your documents in order,” said Attorney David Cohen, Campbell Cohen Canadian immigration law firm senior partner.
“Applicants who are ready with both the proper documentation and having a thorough knowledge of the application process are in a good position to succeed when PNP stream opens and it is first-come, first-served basis.”
More Details about Occupations In-Demand sub-category
People who are interested in submitting the application, there is no requirement of the Job offer and to apply for this sub-category. This sub-category is not linked with federal Express Entry, so it is regarded as a “base” program.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) In-Demand sub-category Occupations benefits applicant to get provincial nomination certificate.
The provincial nomination certificate is helpful to apply for the permanent residency with IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) by the applicant and family members who are eligible. There are 36 eligible in-demand occupations in which professional licensure are not required for 12 occupations.